Did you really expect Corey Perry to duplicate his 2010-11 dream season? If you did, you were thinking with your heart and not your head.
Few really believed that Perry would match the 50-goal, 98-point campaign that got him the Hart Trophy, the first time a Ducks player was ever selected as the NHLís most valuable player. It was no real surprise that his numbers dropped off across the board.
Consider that the pride of Peterborough, Ontario had career bests of 32 goals and 76 points before his magical 2010-11. But before you wonder how far he fell off last season, youíll see that there isnít much cause for concern.